Tucked away in the rural pastures of Low Row, just a mile or so away from the A69 bypass to Brampton and within easy reach of remarkable Hadrian's Wall, is this single storey cottage providing spacious accommodation for four people.
Sat on a working farm and adjoined to a farmhouse, this property is in a great location for those wanting to relax in the countryside.
Oozing character alongside a stylish traditional theme, this modern day bungalow has everything you could possibly need for a comfortable stay.
Step into the sitting room for a well-earned rest, showcasing quality furnishings completed by a charming, Yorkstone fireplace and electric fire with a marble hearth.
The French doors lead out onto a paved area from which stunning vistas of the countryside surround can be enjoyed.
Under the archway and just off from the sitting room is a dining room in which to enjoy a lovely evening meal together.
The well-appointed kitchen with integrated fixtures and a modern look, also features a dining area, so you have a choice of where to eat your meals.
Next to this is the utility with a freezer and washing machine.
All of the rooms boast a pleasant outlook of the rural exterior spaces, each to be viewed from the cosiness of inside.
Stroll out to the patio where you can take a seat and soak in the natural atmosphere, and if you manage to tear yourself away for a while, head into the market town of Brampton, a beautiful place to visit, rich in history with a local amenities to indulge.
For avid walkers and nature enthusiasts, Talkin Tarn Country Park boasts 120 acres of farmland and woodland to take in alongside a 10,000 year old glacial lake.
Acorns is a lovely retreat to base your Cumbrian holiday.
About the location
Carlisle 10 miles.
The market town of Brampton is the ideal base for exploring Hadrian’s Wall. The town boasts a rich and colourful history going back to the Roman occupation, Border raiders from Scotland and the Jacobite uprisings, plus bonnie Prince Charlie established his headquarters in one of the old buildings in Brampton. In the centre of the town is Moot Hall, which was built in 1817, and now houses the Tourist Information Centre, and there is a large motte to the east of the town, which is 135 feet high and has the statue of the 7th Earl of Carlisle on it. A few miles outside Brampton is Talkin Tarn Country Park. It covers 120 acres of farmland and woodland, 65 of which make up the Tarn, a 10,000 year old glacial lake, fed by underwater springs. Two miles away is Gelt Woods, which is an ancient woodland and RSPB nature reserve and has the River Gelt running through it. Brampton is a wonderful base for exploring this historic and scenic area.